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Current Obituaries

Terence Gargan

On Sunday, March 29,2020, Terence Gargan of New Rochelle, NY, crossed the bar at the age of 85.
Terry was born in New York City and grew up in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Terry was predeceased by his loving wife Anne (née’ Massey).
Terry was a graduate of SUNY Maritime College and New York Law School. Terry achieved the rank of Lieutenant in the United States Navy Reserve.
After college, Terry spent many years at sea as a merchant mariner and travelled the world while working as an engineer aboard many large ships.Terry earned his U.S. Coast Guard Chief Engineers License, unlimited horsepower.
After a successful career at sea, Terry met and married the love of his life, Anne. They settled in New Rochelle. Terry taught engineering part time at his alma mater, SUNY Maritime, while attending law school at night.
Upon graduation from law school, Terry worked as a Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Terry eventually joined the New York law firm, Hill, Betts and Nash, where he specialized in maritime cases that were particularly technical and required his engineering background.
Terry’s greatest professional achievement was his involvement in the Exxon Valdez oil spill lawsuit. Terry represented several Alaskan Native American tribes in their case against the Exxon Mobil Corporation. This was the second largest oil spill in U.S. history. As a result of Terry’s work, the tribes received compensation for their losses and the Exxon Corporation was forced to pay out 5 billion dollars in punitive damages.
Terry was an avid yachtsman. After their retirement, Terry and Anne spent many years cruising the east coast from Maine to Florida and the Bahamas. They owned several different power and sail boats over the years, which Terry meticulously maintained.
Terry is survived by his son Richard, daughter-in-law Dawn and granddaughter Shannon.

Giuseppe Di Salvo

Giuseppe Di Salvo

Giuseppe Di Salvo was born on December 27, 1938 in Andretta, Avellino, Italy. He married Marianna Senerchia on January 30, 1962. From their union, Rosa and Gerardo were born. He is survived by his wife Marianna, his children Rosa and Gerardo, his son-in-law Gerardo, daughter-in-law Teresa, and his grandchildren Louis, Maryanne, Adriana and Joseph.
At the young age of seventeen, our loving father bravely immigrated to Switzerland to provide for his four younger siblings. His journey continued in 1979 when he migrated to the United States with his wife and children, to pave the way for a better future. He was an outstanding mason, but his true love and passion was spending time in the garden. His infectious smile and charismatic personality lightened the mood of everyone that he encountered. Whether it was waving hello from the garden, cracking jokes or bringing his smooth moves to the dance floor, his energy was felt by all. The journey of his legacy will live on forever through instilled life lessons, respect and endless love felt by his family and friends.
On the morning of March 28, 2020, at the age of 81, Giuseppe peacefully passed away in his home, surrounded by his children and grandchildren.
“Those we love never truly leave us. There are things that death cannot touch”.
Due to current circumstances, a funeral mass cannot be held. A memorial mass will be organized at a later date, to celebrate the life of Giuseppe. If you would like to make a donation to the American Lung Association in memory of Giuseppe, please click on the link below.
https://action.lung.org/site/TR/Events/General?pg=fund&fr_id=1080&pxfid=158847

Dear Nonnino,
We will forever hold the memories we’ve created with you close to our hearts. Your legacy, hard-work, respect and life lessons you’ve taught us growing up, will forever live on through each of us. Continue to color our world planting your beautiful flowers.
This is not goodbye; until we meet again Nonnino. Please continue to protect and guide us.
We love you endlessly,
Best In The West!
Your grandchildren,
Louis, Maryanne, Adriana & Joseph
Ti vogliamo bene assai! Molti baci e abbracci forti!

Angela Falisi

Angela Minuto Falisi, a resident of New Rochelle, passed away on March 25, 2020 at the age of 94. Angela was born on April 6, 1925 in Sicily, Italy to the late Marco Minuto and Marianna DiPasquale Minuto. On April 4, 1948 she married Giuseppe Falisi (2005). In 1952 they immigrated to Montreal, Canada and in 1959 settled in the United States. In addition to caring for her family, Angela worked as a seamstress for many years. Angela is survived by her four children and their spouses: Mario (Leanne) Falisi; Silvia (Butch) DiBenedetto; Marco (Rita) Falisi; and Anthony (Michelle) Falisi. Thru them Angela was blessed with 14 grandchildren: Angela, Gina, Marina and Joanna Falisi; Theresa Loiacono; Joseph and Michael DiBenedetto; Michelle Domenici; Mark Falisi; Rachel, Eric and Jonathan Falisi; and Adam and Ashley Goodrich. Angela was further blessed with nine great-grandchildren: Alexandra, Frank, Andrew, Ava, Aidan, Alyssa, Michael, Jenna and Nicholas. She is also survived by her brother Carmelo Minuto.
Due to current circumstances a funeral mass cannot be held. A memorial mass will be organized at a later date.

Sr. Regina Gagnier, OSU

Sr. Regina Gagnier, OSU

Sr. Regina Gagnier, Mother Stanislaus, beloved member of the Ursuline Community, died peacefully at Andrus-on-Hudson on March 17. Beloved daughter of Jeannette Patenaude Gagnier and Edgar Gagnier, Sister was born in Churubusco, NY one of eight siblings. She is predeceased by brothers, James, Hubert, Gerard and Edward, and sisters, Annette, Albertine and Evelyn. She is survived by several loving nephews and nieces.
Sister held a B.S. degree from the Catholic University of America and Master’s degrees from Fordham University, NY and Cardinal Stritch College in Milwaukee.
Sr. Regina professed first vows in 1935 and throughout 75 years served in education ministry as principal, teacher and reading instructor in Ursuline schools in Malone and Middletown in New York and Wilmington, Delaware. Sister served in Wilmington as principal of Ursuline Academy Lower School from 1960-69. Following subsequent missions in California and New York City, she returned to Wilmington to work in administrative services at Ursuline Academy and as Eucharistic Minister at Christiana Hospital.
Wake and Funeral will be held private. Donations may be made to the Retirement Fund, Ursuline Provincialate, New Rochelle, NY.

Pasqualina Guglielmo

Pasqualina Guglielmo was born on February 25, 1927 in Andretta, Avellino, Italy. She married Michele Guglielmo on April 24, 1950. From their union Anna Maria and Franca were born. She is survived by her brother Luigi Miele and her sisters Gina and Rosa.
Our dear mother has had the joy of having around six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, who loved it when she would put her apron on and bring out the flour. Pasqualina was a hard worker and enjoyed being with people as a hairdresser. She always showed kind manners. Even in her older age she always thanked anyone that came to visit and helped take care of her.
After having lived a long and satisfying life, on March 13, 2020 at 7:55 pm, and, at the age of 93, Pasqualina Guglielmo went to rest.
We, her children and grandchildren, have the sure hope that we will embrace our dear dead loved ones again because our Lord Jesus Christ promised in Revelation/Apocalypse 21:4 “he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor pain be anymore.”
Because of the present situation we are all going through, we are not able to have a normal funeral. And for this we are sorry, but we thank all those who would have wanted to pay their respects.
Yours truly, Anna Maria La Rocca & Franca Manzo

Antonio Care

Antonio Care of New Rochelle passed away on March 5, 2020. Antonio was born in Calabria, Italy on September 20, 1935 to the late Francesco and Maria Caterina (Fazio) Care. On December 27, 1964 he married the love of his life, Marianna Franze. Antonio will be remembered for the love of his family, grandchildren, garden and wine making. Antonio is survived by his daughter Maria Vitale (Chris); grandchildren Deanna, Christina & Julia; and his brother Nazareno (Natalina). Another brother, Domenico, predeceased him. Visitation will be Sunday at Lloyd Maxcy & Sons from 3-7pm. Mass will be Monday at 10:30am at Blessed Sacrament Church. Entombment will follow at Ferncliff.

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